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[image]Jelenka - Slon

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[audio]Slon - Jelenka EP [12rec.044] - Slon
If you been around with us for a while you probably know about our good connections to the exciting Vienna underground. All these creative kids, assorted around the enigmatic Tupolev, writing and recording music between all genres and conventions. Young at age, but wise concerning their musical knowledge. In Fall 2007 we're off with three new releases from Mödling, Vienna. Opening act: Slon. Slon (Russian for elephant) are a new act to the scene...
Keywords: mödling; postrock; 12rec; guitar; instrumental; band
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[image]Radio Slon in Sadež - Slon in Sadež

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[image]Pesmi in skeči iz oddaje Štafeta mladosti - Slon in Sadež

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[texts]The Plastered Skulls from the Pre-Pottery Neolithic B Site of Yiftahel (Israel) - A Computed Tomography-Based Analysis. (Volume 9) - Slon, Viviane
This article is from PLoS ONE, volume 9.AbstractThree plastered skulls, dating to the Pre-Pottery Neolithic B, were found at the site of Yiftahel, in the Lower Galilee (Israel). The skulls underwent refitting and restoration processes, details of which are described herein. All three belong to adults, of which two appear to be males and one appears to be a female. Virtual cross-sections were studied and a density analysis of the plaster was performed using computed tomography scans...
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[texts]Malocclusion in Early Anatomically Modern Human: A Reflection on the Etiology of Modern Dental Misalignment. (Volume 8) - Sarig, Rachel
This article is from PLoS ONE, volume 8.AbstractMalocclusions are common in modern populations. Yet, as the study of occlusion requires an almost intact dentition in both the maxilla and mandible, searching for the ultimate cause of malocclusion is a challenge: relatively little ancient material is available for research on occlusal states. The Qafzeh 9 skull is unique, as its preserved dentition allowed us to investigate the presence and manifestations of malocclusion...
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